CASE LAW UPDATE: Whether the trial court erred in revoking extended juvenile jurisdiction status and executing the adult prison sentence?
Defendant challenged the trial court’s revocation of his extended juvenile jurisdiction (EJJ) status and execution of an adult sentence. Defendant claimed that the trail court erred in concluding that the need for confinement outweighed the policies favoring probation. Noting that the trial court determinations were based on the facts in the record and finding no legal error, there was no abuse of discretion in revoking the extended juvenile jurisdiction (EJJ) status and executing an adult prison sentence.
State v. D.D., A20-0490, Hennepin County.
Minnesota Juvenile Delinquency Defense Lawyer Lynne Torgerson was not attorney of record in this case.